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    November 22, 2012
    7:00 - 8:59am PST  

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volunteers are up bright and early to help field the needy. >> a terrifying highway gun battle on 580, what police are saying. >> first black friday, inoglia thursday, the gophers controversy -- and now gray thursday, the growing controversy. >> reporter: thousands are expected to run in the 8th 8th annual turkey trot. we'll show you what's happening live. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning, and welcome. i'm dave clark. >> and i'm tornry campbell. it -- tori campbell. happening now, volunteers at glad memorial church are about to serve a thanksgiving breakfast meal. alex savage is live from glad, which will be busy serving
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holiday meals to the hung bring. good morning, alex. >> reporter: the thanksgiving operation in full swing, right now, here in glad. you can take a look and see all the volunteers, hundreds of them, 500 volunteers taking part in this effort. they do it every thanksgiving. over here, we have the hams are getting going, they will serve up 5000 meals to those in need later on today. just an amazing undertaking here. and all the folks come down and volunteer their time here on thanksgiving, and do their part to contribute. i want to disturb. you come down here many years, i understand? why? >> i do it for the people who need it, help them out, come down because it's a good, kind of a party for the volunteers, pretty much, there's a lot of people in need. and glad provides for the needs. that's why i come.
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>> reporter: everyone is in a great mood. that's right. >> lot of fun. >> when you serve up the meals later on, how -- what's that feeling like? >> feels really good to be able to give back, be able to receive the smile on the other person's face when they are taking that ham or turkey or whatever, and if they want to come back, they come back for more. >> come back to smiles, too. >> right. >> reporter: one of hundreds volunteers in glide, taking part in the preparation for the thanksgiving meals. they are serving a breakfast that will start a short time from now, and the thanksgiving meal will start at 9:30 to 2:00 p.m. we'll be here throughout the morning. we're live in san francisco, ktvu. >> thanks, sounds good. and new, a lot of bay area charities are busy preparing thanksgiving meals for thousands of people who need it. we were inside the salvation army kitchen in san francisco a little while ago this morning.
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look at the stuffing there! after the cooking is done, volunteers will deliver the meals to the door steps to people who can't leave their houses because they are ill or there is some other reason. one volunteer chef says this is a labor of love. >> what does it take to prepare 5000 meals for those in need? >> a lot of love, a lot of love and hard work. we literally have been cooking turkeys around the clock. >> they expect to feed 5000 people. the meal deliveries start in a little while at 8:00 this morning. richmond, the restaurant salulte will provide 6000 meals. the first sitting at 10:00, the second at noon. the bay area of rescue mission will hold din under at st. paul's episcopal church, and potts annual livermore community thanksgiving dinner will be serving meals between 1 and
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5:00 p.m., everybody's invited. the thanksgiving, many food banks in the bay area and across the country say they're struggling to come up with enough food to meet an increased demand. one reason, the federal government has cut its contributions to food banks. coming up, the other proposed cut by the government, that could put even more pressure on food banks. be. and new this morning, the white house released a thanksgiving day message from president obama. >> we give thanks for blessings that are all too rare in this world. the ability to spend time with the ones we love, to say what we want, to worship as we please, to nope that there are brave men and women defending our premium done around the globe, and to tell the children, here in america, no dream is too big, if they are willing to work for it. >> yesterday, the president and his family continued their thanksgiving tradition of serving others by volunteering
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at a washington, d.c., area food bank. time is 7:05. the festivities, they have begun in san jose's fame miss turkey trot -- famous turkey trot. we are in san jose in the middle of everything and i'm looking over your shoulder, this is one of the biggest thanksgiving day races in the country. >> reporter: yeah, that's right, and the costume contest is about to get underway. you can see there's some great costumes. there's indiana jones, we have super mario brothers, a robot. and even pacman, and it's going to be a lot of fun, judging is about to start, but in the next 45 minutes, the first race will begin. now, this is video of last year's turkey trot. it's the second largest race of its kind on thanksgiving day.
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a majority are participating in the 5 and 10 k. organizers have extended the deadline until 8:00 a.m., and we started seeing a lot more people starting to show up, and getting warmed up to race. >> i feel it's cool, like it's intimidated, but the fact that there are so many people you don't know, it's encouraging you to -- >> are you excited about burning calories? >> yeah, yeah. more excited about eating afterwards. >> reporter: all the registration funds raised go to three local charities, organizers anticipate they could hit the $1 million mark, and because there's going to be so many people here downtown, people are going encouraged to used the light rail to actually get here. all highway 87 ramps will remain open, and back out live, just to give you have an idea of just how huge this event it, the arch you're looking at, i'm told by organizers, that they've expanded that and 14,000 people
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will bass under that arch -- pass under that arch each minute. these people are motivated to dress up and try to win, because you can win airplane tickets, and tickets to the 49ers games that are coming up. so we will bring you more once this first race against underway at 7:45. that's the 10 k wheelchair rice. i-- race. it is 7:07. police reopen westbound 580 in oakland after a wild freeway shoot-out forced a complete shut down of the busy freeway on thanksgiving eve. investigators say passengers in two cars fired shots at each other near the seminary avenue exit around 80:00 last night. one car was riddled with bullets, but passengers were gone by the time the police arrived. traffic was diverted for almost two hours, but all lanes were
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back open by 11:30 last night, and so far, no injuries have been reported. oakland police do not think the freeway chute-out is expected to a homicide that happened about a miami away. a man was found shot on hilton street at seminary around 9:30 last night. and police were told the victim had been in a car accident at another location. then drove to hilton street and that's where he was shot. we don't know yet his name, and there's no word on a motive. now to the continuing coverage of the middle east conflict. so far, a frag twill ceasefire deal between israel and gaza's hamas rulers appears to be hold ing. p palestinians in gaza celebrating the truce with israel as a victory. now the israelis and gaza's hamas rulers will try to open up the border of the palestinian
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territory. >> in the days ahead, the united states will work with mart centers across the -- partners across the region to consolidate this progress, improve the conditions for the people of gaza, provide security for the people of israel. >> that ceasefire was negotiated by egypt's newest -- islam islamic leader. gung the headlines from the -- you can get the headlines from the middle east on the front page of our website. muni riders may be able to find out about delays on the routes just by their smartphone. muni says it is testing an app called muni plus that will -- bugs with the app are still being worked out, and it will not be ready until at least february. sal is back, is now a good
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time to drive to the toll plaza? >> i would say so. i want to show you a nice picture of the toll plaza, but don't be a led foot. there are more officers on the road this holiday weekend. the entire holiday weekend they add staffing. san francisco, a nice-looking picture, and it's divide in many areas, it's -- dry in many areas, answer not going to rain. so you should have a decent drive. some stores opening as you heard later this evening, so you'll see people lifing -- leaving the family and going shopping. traffic is moving along nicely on your way to san francisco international airport, and across the san mateo and dunbar bridge. >> we have clear skies, except for fog, there's a lot of fog in the valley. it starts to work back in, napa airport reporting quarter mile visibility. it's more like day two and three
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when it sets up if we go into a stagnant pattern, and we are going to go into one. so will be nice, coast looks great, but some fog inland can be tough, right now, it's mainly to the valley. but temperatures starting off much, much colder, but it will be sunny, nice into the weekend. some of that fog though around sunshine. next rain, end of nooks week, end of november into early -- nooks week, end of november into early december. everything is high and dry, and everything that is -- has moved to the north. concorde, 41, san rafael, 40. 15, 20 degrees cooler than yesterday, except some high clouds it, will be sunny and nice, patchy fog towards the delta. 60s on the temperatures, looks like a nice day, rebounding in the middle of the day, and the
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nights are getting longer, which is allowing for some fog to form one 70, and everybody else in the 60s. might go into a northwest direction on that pattern, but temperatures look nice and dry. >> thanks you. thanksgiving days far from home, how p troops in kabul are mark atmosphere the holiday. >> what really happened to bin laden's body when he was buried at sea. into their work, their name on the door, and their heart into their community.
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small business saturday is a day to show our support. a day to shop at stores owned by our friends and neighbors. and do our part for the businesses that do so much for us. on november 24th, let's get out and shop small.
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sunny and nice today, don't have to worry about rain, not only today, but into the weekend. temperatures warping up. >> a -- warming up.
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macy's thanksgiving day parade is happening, we're right in the middle of the street in the middle, live pictures from manhattan, i'm trying to recognize that float. but i know the people in the south bay will be watching real close for the marching bands from saratoga high school. they are in the parade. >> it looks like a ronald mcdonald. looks like ex's in the heisman trophy position with a thumb's up! and looks like the dough boy at the very end. >> pillsbury dough boy! looks like a beautiful day there. >> it's a spectacular day in new york, and another key thing is along the parade route, thousands of families who have been hurt by sandy back there, they have front row seats for the parade, but just want to take you there live, and we'll check back later on. it is 7:16. u.s. soldiers in afghanistan celebrated the thanksgiving holiday with a traditional turkey meal, and a game of
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rugby. about 60,000 u.s. troops are in afghanistan. spending thanksgiving away from their families, for many, this will be the last thanksgiving they're deployed in that country. >> this is the first thanksgiving game we've done, so we're excited about t we have a lot of participation from folks that normally don't play. so -- >> notice he's wearing a jets jersey they were doe natured by the jets -- donated by the jets. almost all troops are scheduled to withdraw by the end of 2014 when afghan forces will take over security. woman from sacramento county is giving back in a big way. helping americans soldiers over seas. >> lot of toothbrushes, toothpaste. >> (has a son, serving now in afghanistan. he told her that the troops need things like baby wipes, and socks. she decided to collect the items
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for christmas care package, andd responses has been overwhelming. >> of the while many worry about eating too much, 50 million americans are dealing with the opposite problem. real hunger. for people are using food stamp than ever before, and the situation could get even worse. as allison burns reports from washington, d.c., the budget battles in congress mean the demand for food assistance could go up dramatically. >> reporter: bonito that is up for her church's thanksgiving dinner, expecting a larger than usual crowd. >> what we've been seeing here recently is that the need has just gotten so much greater. >> reporter: but she is noticing fewer choices at the food bank this year, contributions from the federal government and donations are down. >> the majority of this food goes to children and it goes to
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seniors, which is extremely important. >> reporter: the federal government has cut its contribution to food banks like this that serve hundreds of charities by more than a third. that means more empty shelves, and more hungry people. and as congress considers dramatic cuts to the food stamp program, demand is expected to increase at local food pantries. a package of legislation known as the farm bill would force half a million people to lose about $90 in food stamps a month, and make thousands of others ineligible. the program has just become too big. >> but half the people receiving food stamps are above the poverty rate, so we've expanded this to become a middle class entitlement. >> reporter: she says cutting food stamps should not be an option until the economy improves. >> to me, it would be a travesty. >> reporter: congress is expected to take up the proposed
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food stamp cuts as part of the budget negotiations after the thanksgiving break. in washington, allison burns, ktvu channel 2 news. more than 40 female inmate at a pennsylvania brings son have been treated ford carbon monoxide poisoning. at the prison, officials say at least 40 inmates in a female dormitory became ill. an investigation into the cause has begun. it is 7:19. we're learning new details about saddam hussein bin -- bin ladens burial at sea. the traditional islamic procedures were followed. his body was washed and what happened in a white sheet. it was placed a weighted bag. according to the e-mails, only a small group of leadership on the uss carl vincent was informed the burial, and bin laden was killed by a navy seal team on may 1 last year at his compound
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in pakistan. chevron just donated surveillance cameras to improve security and fight crime on the 23rd street corridor. the new closed circuit cameras are to be installed by the etched of the year. chevron donated three cameras. state paid for three more. they are part after network of 40 others that will be monitored by the richmond police department. cool start to the morning. but a change is expected later in the day. steve will have your thanksgiving holiday forecast up ahead. >> a warning for local firefighters about that. what you need to i void if you -- avoid if you want to deep fry a turkey. >> this is highway 4, boy, it's so light, we've focused on this gentleman or lady driving their pickup truck. there you go! you go! we'll tell you more about this coming up +ulk
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! thanksgiving tradition that has nothing to do with turkey, starts just a couple of hours. the san francisco international auto show it has about 800 of these beautiful exotic concept and new cars.
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and, you'll have a chance to drive about 40 of those cars. first time that opportunity has been offered. big show runs through monday. we posted more details about the show on our channel 2 website, go to ktvu.com, look under hot topics. sal, i don't know if you remember mark covering an auto show one time, and he got locked in a car? do you remember that he was worried about running out of oxygen. we shouldn't laugh, but it was funny. >> i do remember that, and that was a respectful laugh. thank you. late take a look at the commute now. traffic is moving along relatively -- i would say very well, but let's not get too happy with ourselves, because if you're speeding, there's a good chance that there may be more eyes on you, because chp has increased staffing. just follow the traffic rules, it's tempting when you see wide open freeways to be happy on the
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accelerator. this is a look at the peninsula, we've been watching the airports for you, there's not a lot of activity today, and there's left so drive their safely. no problems on the bay shore freeway into the san francisco airport. most public transit systems in the bay area are on sunday or a holiday schedule today. 7:25, let's go to steve. >> clear skies, fog out in the valley. tomorrow into the weekend it, will be more after issue for the north bay, east bay, maybe south bay, but overall, sunny, dry, we're not worried about rain until the end of next week. but today, a good visibility, sunny, good go to. high pressure is put in, and everything stays to the north, the clear skies, nights are longer, any breeze does not help with the fog, so in calm conditions, temperatures and dew point come together, that means fog. 44 popular right there, 44
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fairfield, antioch, livermore and san jose. 43 redwood city. couple upper 30 area knee palo alton and wood side. sunshine, severe clear. patchy fog in the valley. some will be increasing in the next 36-48 hours, but today, lots of sun. and i think the pattern's here on hold into the holiday weekend. with that in mind, temperatures will warm up, but nights will be chilly and some fog, is days, sunny, mild and warm. a south bay beauty shop cashes fire. why investigators are calling it suspicious. >> reporter: people have been camping out here since sunday for black friday deals. we'll show you how they are keeping busy and tell you where you can shop as early as 8:00 p.m. night. >> are the 49ers may go musical quarterback? who reportedly will start this sunday? [ crickets chirping ]
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>> when do they get to see the family? >> we've done that, we heard this, we told them hey, we'll be back after. so -- it's good. i mean during the day, i can unhitch the truck, we cook and
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we do all that stuff -- and in
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san jose at noon. yesterday, about 20 proponents marched through a wal-mart in east oakland, calling for better pay, and benefits. >> wal-mart has the right to make money, but they shouldn't do that in an unjust fashion. they should make sure that their employees are paid fairly and justly, and don't live on the end of desperation. >> labor organizers say protests are expected to take place in about a thousand stores nation wild. walmart says the picking is not expected to disrupt holiday shopping. new this morning, an overnight fire in san jose damaged a beauty shop, this one here, about 4:00 a.m., the fire broke out at the hong kong hair and beauty store on -- the firefighters say it's suspicious, because of what a security guard on duty at the
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time told them. >> we did have a fire back here, i believe around mid-time of september, not sure on the exact cause of that fire. >> there's no word of any injuries in this latest fire. the beauty shop was vacant at the time. police in east palo alto asking for help in a shooting investigation. officers say they responded to a call about shots fired on tulane avenue. man who had been shot twice sought treatment later. the shooting victim is a 28-year-old man from daley city. anyone with information is asked to contact the east pallet at police department. -- palo alto police department. police are on the scene of a one alarm fire it, broke out around 6:15, in a two story house near lake make. crews got the fire under control
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quickly, and the battalion chief said he thinks it may have started on the first floor. nobody was home at the time. san diego inmate will become the first to be released from jail under california awe re vialed three strikes law. 62-year-old kenneth corely has a history of drug and burglary problems. he was sentenced to 25 years to life but adjudge resented him after hearing arguments that he earned his ged certificate as he had no disciplinary problems. voters approved prop 36 which requires the third strike to be either violent who are serious felony. now, we know the name of the oakland man who died after falling down a cliff into a water filled quarry. on tuesday night, andrew malyum was looking for his missing cat at the end of the quarry when he fell down the 100-foot cliff into the water.
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alameda county divers found his body 30 feet under the surface of the wear. >> he was an animal lover, so he did what he thought was best and it was raining, it was dark, slippery. you know, i think it was an accident, truly an accident. >> group of the neighbors want to meet with the claremont country club to see if anything can be done to keep this from happening again. it is 7:35, there ask fallout from the latest storm to hit the bay area. swimming and surfing are prohibited on a san francisco beach. coming up in 8 minutes, a live report on the health scare this thanksgiving, and when the entire beech will open up. 6 people were arrested in downtown pedestrian loom after several -- petaluma after several fights broke out on what police called black listen out wednesday. fights and drunk driving violations are becoming a more common problem on the night before thanksgiving.
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after last night's incident, one person was taken to the hospital. and petaluma police did make one arrest for driving understand the influence. -- under the influence. if you want to work up an appetite or burn off some calories before thanksgiving dinner, you can help a good cause. today, the 11th annual karen gordon memorial swim. gordon was a lifeguard at the hayward plunge which is hosting the event you can dove nature a minimum of -- donate a minimum of $4 to swim laps. it goes in memory of the student, and she was an intern right here. karen was killed by the driver of a stolen car on her 19th 19th birthday. 49ers quarterback colin cap in this case played so weapon monday night that he -- well monday night, he might have earned a starting spot.
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sports illustrated is reporting that jim harbaugh has said he will start, but harbaugh refused to announce a starter. >> to me, it's the option of a controversy, where a controversy is an argument between opposing points of view, this is a, this is a digs that -- decision that will be made from a team aspect. >> the report claims that the decision is based on performance and not due to smith's concussion. >> without question, two great quarterbacks. >> very talented. all right, stall, you're watching the roads, how is highway 77? >> we have some slow traffic, you saw jeanine reporting there is a marathon, called a turkey trot through downtown san jose, and there are some closures. trying to get into downtown san
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jose, it's going to be rough because of the closures surrounding this marathon, so i wouldn't recommend driving there. you won't get through, but it's going to take you a while. that's because of the closures surrounding that marathon. really, tough getting into downtown san jose, i don't think people expected this, and if you are trying to get into downtown, don't use 87. use a different way. a commute for some, some people have to work, but most don't. a nice drive across the bridge. livermore valley, traffic has been nice. continuing across the san mateo bridge over the about fence. 7:38. late go to -- let's go to steve. >> cooler this morning, but sunny and nice, patchy fog. i think more so, there's some out in the valley, and it will work back towards the north bay and east bay as we go into, i think friday night, saturday. napa airport colder, 30s and 40s on come temperatures. we're done with the rain nor
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about 8 days, 7, 8 days, end of the month, or early december. but for the weekend, today, sunshine, patchy fog, temperatures 60s, cooler as we head into sunday and monday. more of a northwest direction on the wind. it looks dry for a while. fog, to the valley mainly. clear skies, sunny, warmer. i think we'll be sunnyside up for today and probably into saturday, but 30s and 40s on the temperatures, we were what, near 60 at this time yesterday, reporting rain and clouds. most of that is gone, except for some high clouds. so lots of sunshine, it's nice, chill in the morning air, and tonight, it will drop fast, 60s on the high side, up to clear lake, vallejo, 64, wall net creek, brentwood are close. hair ward, 65. san jose, -- -- hayward, 65.
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cupertino, 67, and lot of 60s, peninsula and on the coast, so it looks good to go. temperatures will be about the same, maybe warmer friday, saturday, but that fog will be an issue, nights and mornings north and east, and cooler as we go into sunday/monday. >> thank you, steve. it is 20 minutes now before 8:00, discussing the personal and political, what the sheriff said about attending court ordered anger management classes. >> new york city is helping many victims still recovering from the storm but they have a happy thanksgiving. [ male announcer ] this december, remember -- what starts with adding a friend... ♪ ♪
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up in the gold country, a third person has died from eating poisonous mushrooms. a caretaker at an elder care
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facility picked the mushroom in the backyard and used them to make soup, not knowing they were tedly. late -- deadly. there's a health advisory this morning in san francisco, sex of a popular beach are off limits. tara is here to explain how much the recent storms are -- how the recent storms are causing problems. >> reporter: the lab results are due back today, and that should indicate whether people can go back in the water, but you can see that the water spilled up over this parking lot, got on the sidewalk, it's a muddy mess. this area is closed. people shouldn't come down into the area, and this is a section here, and you can see where all of this is roped off here, all of the drifts that were created in the sand, and all roped off, again, here as ocean beach. we're right on the great highway where yesterday morning, water
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burst through a manhole near balboa street. so we're just south of where the cliff house is. it flood the parking area, and promenade, and spilled into the ocean. so it looks like it was about 90% rain water, 10% sewage, so the public utility commission -- surfers have health and safety concerns. >> it do, it's conclusion, and you can get sick from it and -- as you see, there's nobody in the water. people are pretty wise about that here. >> reporter: the pumping station at ocean beach which processes about 150 gallons a day was operating at full capacity, but the rain simply overwhelmed the system, according to officials. so crew dust clean up the walkway with beach before reopening, but it could be a week before this part of ocean beach is reopened. we will keep you posted. we did speak to somebody and they said down the street, right near the zoo is where they had
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the lab there in the sewage plant, and they are running samples every day, and they'll keep running them until they get back clean samples, and they will reopen the beach. the secretary of the interior will make an estimation soon if he will renew the release for drake's bay business that provides 40% of california's oysters. the drake's bay oyster farm grows and march vest oysters in the natural sea shore. that lease expires at the end of this month, and environmentalists they don't want it renewed. the company it will hearse the region economically -- says it will hurt the region economically. secretary is expected to make a decision before napa airport november 30th deadline -- before that november 30th november 30th deadline. the san francisco sheriff talked about the domestic violence scandal that almost cost him his job. during an interview with the commonwealth club on tuesday, he
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said he's learn ad lot about his personal issues, in the anger management classes ordered by the court. he is on pro gays for bruising his wife's arm touring -- probation for bruising his wife's arm during an argument. continues for reach out to the mayor, but admits that most of the communication has been through the media. jessie jackson, junior, resigned from congress two weeks after voters re elected him. the former congressman cited his continuing treatment for bipolar disorder and admitted for the first time he is under a federal investigation for possible misuse of campaign funds. in his resignation letter, jackson said he made his fair share of mistakes. 49 years ago today, president obama john f. kennedy was assassinated. here's some file video. it was a tragic day in american history. president kennedy was killed
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while riding in a motorcade in downtown dallas texas, in 1963. a faithful day. hospital of people can remember what they were doing when they found out what happened. after the assassination, police arrested lee harvey oswald. oswald was himself shot and killed two days later while being transported to jail. u.s. ambassador total united nations, suzy rice is defending her first account of the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. >> i relied solely and squarely on the information provide to me by the intelligence community. i made clear that the information was preliminary. and that our investigations would give us the definitive answers. >> initially , rice had attributed the attack on the u.s. consulate to a mob angry about an anti muslim video, and not a terrorist attack. much of the criticism about the explanation for the attack has been directed at rice, because
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she is believed to be obama's top chows to replace hillary clinton. we're learning more about the tress of -- investigation of david petraeus, investigators want to know if he instructed staff to give his biographer, class bide offerings. some accepted they are by petraeus and others to provide military records and other documents to broadwell for her work. petraeus resigned at cia director after admitting to an extramarital affair with broadwell. hostess has the okay to start fading into history. u.s. bankruptcy judge told the company that made twinkies and wonder bread it can immediately start to wind down work. the hostess had closed three bakeries, 33 others are shutting down now. 15,000 employees will be let go
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this week. the 3000 that remain will be laid off by march. it is 7:49. as new york it recovering from hurricane sandy, many are serving turkey dinners to help out. here is andrew cuomo, helping out with a massive food drive that he helped organize. he joined national guard troops as they handed out holiday meals to hard-hit areas. new york city mayor bloomberg says his office is coordinating the distribution of about 26,000 meals. you can help out with the relief efforts. volunteers with dojo usa. they will be collecting donations through 10:00 a.m., they are -- donations will be sent to the breezy point community relief center. tomorrow, we're going to begin one warm coat. the annual coat drive.
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you'll be able to drop off items at four locations, san francisco's ferry building, broadway plaza, bay street, and san jose's santana row. we will make sure people stay warm this winter. news personalities will be at each site. we will kick off the campaign tomorrow during mornings on 2. i'll be at walnut creek at broadway plaza. >> it's very important. >> it is. some great people, too. this thanksgiving, parking rules still being enforced around parts the san francisco. we'll tell you where, and talk about changes to to the bay area transit schedule.
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a late landing for apple's new spaceship like headquarters in cup dean. it will not be ready until
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mid-2016, according to autopsy dated -- apple. itch the city may not complete its environment -- the city may not complete its report until june, meaning construction won't start until next year. it is thanksgiving day, and lot of transit agencies are on different schedules because of the holiday. bart, san francisco muni, valley transit, sam tran, and ac transition are running on sunday schedules. caltrain and golden gate are on the holiday special. but the golden gate ferry and con toss is not in services, and the own parking meters being -- only park federal, state, county and city offices are on closed. so are the banks, and the post
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office. all right. now you know. let's check in with sal, see how things are moving in san francisco. >> looking good, tori and dave. i think it's no surprise we have lighter than usual conditions on this thanksgiving. northbound 101 looking good, approaching the 80 split. seeing some good traffic at the bay bridge, coming in to san francisco. knows people, lot of people don't work, of course, some people do, but it's very light for you if you have to go to the office, and if you're driving on 880 southbound it, looks good. >> tonight, tomorrow, into the weekend -- 30s for some, oakland at 45, san rafael, 44. i saw foster city at 42. you can see everything up and over towards pacific note west, so except for the higher clouds,
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lot of sun, patchy fog, and again that will disappear fast, but it will be back in the next 48 hours. 60s on the highs today, and looks good into the weekend, dry, maybe cooler sunday/monday as we get northwest direction, but no rain until the end of next week. there was a wild shoot out on a bay area freeway. where the bullets were flying, and the clue the shooters left behind. >> reporter: they are preparing for the big thanksgiving day meal at glide. how many people they expect to feed, coming up. >> reporter: we're live in downtown san jose, where thousands of people are about to start running in the 8th 8th annual turkey trot. we will bring you the festivities. into their work,
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their name on the door, and their heart into their community. small business saturday is a day to show our support. a day to shop at stores owned by our friends and neighbors. and do our part for the businesses that do so much for us. on november 24th, let's get out and shop small.
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>> reporter: you see the volunteers, they have more folks, chopping vegetables, and doing the turkey, there are 500 volunteers here on site at glide to get this thanksgiving day meal prepared, and they are planning to serve 5000 meals later on today, to those in need. the reverend just talked to us about unconditional love, he says anyone who wants to come down here who is in need, who wants a hot meal, is welcome with open arms, and i want to share some thoughts of the reverend, we just talked with him a short time ago about what his hope is on this thanksgiving. >> what we want to do is have every day, we want to meet those
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needs, and that's what is so critical of the that's why the volunteers are so important, just don't come on thanksgiving and christmas. but come all during the week of every year. >> reporter: lot of the volunteers, they have been coming down here to glide for many, many years to help out on thanksgiving, and do their part to make sure that folks do not go hungry. those in need in san francisco do not go hungry and have a warm meal and get a smile as they arrive here to enjoy the meal that's being prepared. again, lot of hard work going on. they've been here since early on, but things are almost getting ready, they are getting ready to serve the meals. they are going to start serving 9:00 a.m. here at glide in san francisco. live this morning in san francisco, alex savage. any moment now, volunteers are the salvation army will begin delivering thanksgiving meals. we were inside the salvation
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army kitchen this morning, and volunteers will take the meals directly to the door steps of people who can the no leave their homes because of illness or another reason. and they expect to feed about 5000 people today. a restaurant in richmond salute will provide 600 thanksgiving meals to the needy. the first feeding is 10:00 a.m., the second is noon. bay area rescue mission will host din never at st. paul's episcopal church at 1:00 p.m., and the 30th annual livermore community thanksgiving dinner will be serving meals from 1-5:00 p.m. and everyone is invited. ment many food prank are struggling -- many food banks are struggling to meet the increased demand. one reason, the federal government has cut back ton the contribution to food banks. the other proposed cut by the government that may put each more pressure on food banks.
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new this morning, the white house just released a thanksgiving day message from president obama. >> we give thanks for blessings that are too rare in this world. the ability to spend time with the ones we love, to say what we want, to worship as we please, to know that there are brave men and women defending our freedom, and to look our children in the eye and tell them here in america, no dream is too big if they are willing to work for it. >> yesterday, the president and his family continued their thanksgiving day tradition of serving others by volunteering at a washington, d.c., food bank. turkey trot races have begun, and right now, participant are rating in the 10 k wheelchair race. jeanine is joining us from one of the nation's largest thanksgiving runs. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we're here at santa clara street where you can see thousands of people are running in this 10k
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race, it's been a stampede of the swarms of people coming through. it's a fun and festive atmosphere. people are smiling, it's a great way for them to spend thanksgiving day. 20,000 people are expected to participate in the 8th annual silicon valley turkey trot. police have blocked off streets near the race route, and are doing crowd control. while there are serious runners, many come out with the families to start the thanksgiving day for fun and burn calories. one of the activities that took place was the costume contest. >> we wanted to do the contest but we didn't know what, and i was watching casper the friendly ghost, and the father told her to go as a leftover, i said that's my costume. i'm a leftover. >> are you going to run? >> i'm going to run, but i'm going to take this off first.
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>> reporter: runners were encouraged to bring canned goods to donate. the funds raised from the turkey trot will go to three local charities. they anticipate they will raise $1.2 million, and back out live, you can see the tail end of the runners here from the race. there's even, if you pan over, somebody running in costume as gumby there, so a lot of fun, people dressed up as food. those two ladies you're walking at one -- look. at one the costume contest. reporting live in san jose. police reopen 508 after a
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shooting passengers in two cars were shooting at each on the floor. >> 8:30. the passengers were gone by the time the police got there. traffic was diverted for about two hours, but al the lanes were back open by 11:30 has night. so far, no injuries have been reported. oakland police say they don't think the freeway shooting is connected to a homicide that happened just about a mile away. a manner was shot on hilton street at seminary about 9:30 last night. police were told that victim had been in a car accident at another location, and drove that hilton street and that's where he was shot. we don't know his name yet, and there's no word of any motive. now to the tipping coverage of the middle east conflict. so far, a fragile skis fire agreement between israel and hamas rulers seems to be hold holding.
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palestinians in gaza have been celebrating with israel as a victory. now, the israelis and the hamas rulers had try to negotiate a deal to open the borders of blockaded territory. >> in the days ahead, the united states will work with partners across the ream gone to consolidate this progress, improve conditions for the people of gaza, provide security for the people of israel. >> the ceasefire was negotiated after intense diplomacy. get the latest headlines from the middle east, look for the world and u.s. news tab on the front page of our website. a 5 car crash on i 80 is under investigation. our crew was there at the scene shortly before 4:00 a.m. this morning. one person was hurt when the car flipped over.
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it took about an hour for the crews to clear that crash scene, and right now, it's still not clear what led up to this crash. stall, you said traffic is clear in a lot of places, but there is one slow spot near the turkey trot race? >> that's right. you're going to need to philosophy yourself more time if you're trying to use highway 87. this are hours near the race, and include sures near the race. show you 237, there's not much of a commute, aim sure that a lot of people have the day off, some do have to go to work, bumper to bumper for you, it's looking good -- but it's looker looking good for you. >> officers watching for all sorts of things. this is a look -- we don't have a lot going on here, as we look to the east shore freeway.
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that traffic looks nice. held -- hello, steve. >> the weather?
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>> -- today we're good to go. sunshine, breezy to the valley, but lots of 60s. you can just paint in 64 to 67, and i think you're going to be covered everywhere. some of these temperatures, we call a soft 6 or 67, because the days are short now, 63 half moon bay, not much change except the fog, increasing nights and mornings, to the delta, but sunny, mild to warm, cooler next week. it is 8:09, thanksgiving tradition underway now in new york city, and the bay area marching band that is part of the macy's thanksgiving day parade. >> what newly obtained e-mails are telling us now about the burial at sea of bin laden. or
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cooler this morning, clear skies, lots of sun, and temperatures warming up a little bit. watch out for night and morning fog. and happening right now, in new york city, the macy's thanksgiving day parade is underway, this is a live picture from manhattan, as, looks like a
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-- -- for many of these troops, this will be the last thanksgiving they are deployed in afghanistan. >> this is the first thanksgiving game we've done, so we're excited about it, and we've got a lot of participation from folks that normally don't play. >> most of the international combat troops are scheduled to withdraw by the end of 2014. when the afghan forces will take over security. sacramento county woman is the initiative to taking the initiative by helping american
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soldiers overseas. >> a lot of toothbrushes, toothpaste. >> lynn has a son serving in afghanistan, and he told her the troops need things like baby wipes, and socks, she died to collect items for -- decided to collect items for christmas items. she plans to start filling the packages to send to the troops this saturday. while many people worry about eating too much today, 50 million americans are dealing with real hunger. in fact, more people are using food stamps than ever before and the situation may get even worse. the budget battles in congress means the demand for food assistance may go up dramatically. >> reporter: she is stocking up for the church thanksgiving dinner, expecting a larger than usual crowd. >> what we've been seeing, the
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need has just gotten so much greater. >> harrison is noticing fewer choices at the food bank this year, contributions from the federal government and donations are down. >> the majority of this food, it goes to children and it gomes to seniors. >> reporter: in the past year, the federal government has cut the contribution to food banks like this that serves hundreds of the charities by more than a third. that means more empty shelves, and more hungry people. and as congress considers dramatic cuts to the food stamp program, demand is to increase at local food pan electrician, a package of legislation would force half a million people to lose about $90 in food stamps a month, and make thousands of others ineligible. the program has just become too big. >> about half the people are
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actually above the poverty rate, so we've expanded this to become more after middle class entitlement. >> reporter: cheeses cutting the food stamps should not be an option until the economy would improve congress is expected to take up the proposed food stamp cuts as part of the budget negotiations after the thanksgiving break. in washington, allison burns, ktvu channel 2 news. more than 40 female inmate at pennsylvania prison had to be treated for carbon monoxide poisons. officials say at least 40 inmate in a female dorm story were taken to area hospitals. officials are looking at the source of the gas levels in the prison. new details this morning about bin laden's burial at sea. newly obtained e-mails among u.s. military officials indicate that traditional islamic burial procedures were followed. bin laden's body was washed, it
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was wrapped in a white sheet, the body was then placed in a weighted bag. according to the homes, only a small group of leadership on the u uss carl vincent was told of the burial. the body of former palestinian leader yassar arafat is being removed from its grave in the west bank to prepare for an investigation of how he died. french, swiss and russian investigators will be testing for a radioactive substance. after a lab in switzerland tis covered traces of that deadly substance on some arafat's clothing. that sparked 11 -- suspicions that he was poisoned. he died a month after suddenly becoming ill. a new study suggests american women are overdiagnosed with breast cancer due to
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routine mammograms. government statistics show roughly a third of all tumors discovered in routine mammograms are unlikely to result in illness. many of the tumors are treated though needly less exposes women to the cost of treatment. -- a driver became sick from pesticide fumes. the san francisco chronicle report the man says he developed asthma, lost his sense of smell, and suffered chronic headaches and pain. he spent six years as a spray truck operator for the state department of transportation. a judge dismissed the chute in 2010, bumper to bumper -- but the appeals court re episcopal church statemented the suit on -- reinstated the suit. disneyland reopens a day after a worker was hurt. he was in a harness when he
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slipped and slid 20 feet down that roof yesterday morning. he finally was able to stop after hitting a barricade at the bottom of the roof. firefighters were there, took them about 45 minutes to rescue him. he suffered several injuries, including a broken leg and possibly a broken rib. today is the 70ing day for another lake tahoe resort. it will open two lift, three surface lift, and four runs for skiing and snowboarding at 9:00 a.m. the resort will open a small at the rain park with and rails. the early snow allod it to open today, lift tickets cost $35 for adults, $10 for kids. 8 lake tahoe resorts are open for business. in time for thanksgiving, and her in the bay area, we're being invaded by wild turkeys. you've seen them. >> mother nature is giving us a
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holiday treat. steve will be back to tell us about this dry and sunny thanksgiving day. >> southbound 680 traffic is moving along well. we'll tell you more about the morning drive, coming up.
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right there, firefighters want you to watch this, they are warning how teach phrygia turkey can be very dangerous -- deep frying a turkey can be very dangerous, firefighters say don't put too much oil in the pot, that can spill, and spark a flash flyer. and if a fire does start, they say don't try to put it out with water. it only makes it worse. grease fires can be controlled with baked powder. take a look at these wild turkeys in danville, they are invading yards, damaging landscaping, and leaving droppings on top the cars. the birds make the roads dangerous as well, just last month, an i believe bicyclist died after hitting a flock of wild turkeys. don't try to feed those turkeys, juries grab a water host to shoe them away from the report.
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san francisco thanksgiving tradition continues. about 90 minutes, the 55th 55th annual san francisco international auto show opens its doors. nearly 800 new models and concept cars are on display, and for the first time, visitors will have the chance to drive about 40 of those cars, and the show runs through monday. we have more details about this year's auto show on ktvu.com, and look for the we web links section. >> tell your friends, sal, i want two or three of those cars. >> i can see which ones you look, dave. we've talked. i know. all right. good morning, everybody. you can drive your car on almost any bay area road and have a decent drive. this is a look at what it looks like on highway 4. you tonight have to worry about it. only thing to worry about is driving safely. chp is doing maximum enforce
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enforcement. traffic is moving well. we don't have a lot of slow traffic on the maps, it's clear. late go to steve. >> stall, metering lights are -- sal, metering lights are on? >> they are taking day off. clear skies, some high clouds, no big deal. fog in the valley, that will increase in the next couple of days, but it's a severe clear, you know, wake up the cameraman from the chamber of commerce and take the picture for the calendar. it looks good to go. probably into sunday. there were some cold lows this morning, 30s and 40s, the days will be nice, but nights will be cold with temperatures about 15, 20 degrees colder than this time yesterday. storm track stays to the north, and everything looks good for lots of wall to wall sunshine. 60s on the temperatures, we're running out the daylight. fog nights and mornings, note bay, east barracks cooler with the northwest -- north bay, east
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bay. a fire overnight at a san jose beauty shop, why firefighters say something looks suspicious. >> reporter: people may be camping out at best buy for the best deals, but here at kmart, they are already open. we'll show you the surveillance tape of what it looked like when it opened at 6:00 a.m. on thanksgiving morning. >> reporter: live in san francisco where part of ocean beach is closed. we'll tell you why officials say it's too hazardous to swim. into their work,
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their name on the door, and their heart into their community. small business saturday is a day to show our support. a day to shop at stores owned by our friends and neighbors. and do our part for the businesses
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that do so much for us. on november 24th, let's get out and shop small. welcome back. some people are already starting their holiday shopping on this thanksgiving morning. you're about to see what happened when a kmart opened just a couple of hours ago.
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low rain is there, you're in pinole, so what happened? >> reporter: dave, it was their biggest crowd yet. you can see it's already open right now, and people are taking advantage of door buster deals. take a look at that screen up there. let's see what sanction cameras caught this morning. , see hundreds of shoppers making there were way into the store while it was still dark outside. shoppers took advantage of some jaw-dropping deals, including a 32-inch tv for $97, and a dvd player for $9.99. >> i saw more people this year than last year. i mean, last year was very slow, and this year, i have to say over 300 people waiting, and we ran a little late, 5 minutes, because of the tickets, people's questions, but they were calm coming in, and i do have a lot more people that come in that were excited to come n very calm.
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>> reporter: and people are calmly camping out and waiting for best buy to open at midnight. some of the shoppers have been there since sunday morning. back out live, you can steven the parking lot is full -- seep the parking lot is full. the thanksgiving door buster deals go in 4:00 p.m., and they reopen at 8:00 p.m. for more deals, and there are folks lining up for that 8:00 p.m. reopening ton. so that's a lot -- reopening tonight. so there's a lot of deals to be had. and people doing a lot of shop ping. here's more information. wal-mart, sears and most toys 'r' us stores will open at 8:00 p.m. tonight, target opens its doors an hour later at 9:00 p.m. the great mall and power gone outlets, they will open at 10:00 p.m. there's a new report out on online holiday shopping that predicts there will be major growth this year. adobe systems analyzed
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150 billion retail website visits. they are predicting sales will jump 18% this year. adobe says the view finish to peak today, but they pick up on monday. and december 17th is expected to be especially strong, that's when thousands of business owners offer free shipping online, with a guaranteed delivery by christmas eve. symptom wal-mart employees are threatening to walk off the job at the height of the black friday rush. employees at the wal-mart in san lee and sea they plan to picture. yesterday, about 20 proponents marched through a wal-mart in east oakland, calling for better pay, and benefits.
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>> wal-mart has the right to make money, but they shouldn't do that in an unjust fashion. they should make sure that their employees are paid fairly, and justly, and don't live on the edge of desperation. >> labor organizers say protests are expected to take mace in about a thousand wal-mart stores nationwide. wal-mart says the picketing is not expecting to disrupt holiday shopping. estimated 25,000 runners will be out burning calories before the thanksgiving feast begins today. they are taking part in bunch of the nation's biggest turkey frost in san jose. the 5 k race is just starting. these are live pictures. people good this morning. we'll take you live to the big event where all the festivities are taking place this morning. also new this morning, overnight fire in san jose damaged a beauty shop around 4:00 a.m. a fire broke out at the hong
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kong hair and beauty store near the municipal golf course, they believe it's suspicious after talking to a security guard who was on duty at the time. >> we did have a fire in mid-september. not sure of the exact cause. >> there are no reports of any injuries in the latest fire. the shop was vacant at the time. police in east palo alto want your help in a shooting investigation. police responded to a call about shots fired on tulane avenue. a man had been shot twice, was seeking treatment at a hospital a short time later. police say the shooting victim is a 28-year-old man, he's from daley city. if you have any information about this shooting, call east palo alto police. a san diego intimate will become the first to be released from jail under california's new
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three strike law. the man who has a history of drug and burglary arrests was sentenced to 25 years to life but a judge resented him after hearing arguments that he earned his ged and had no disciplinary problems in jail. voters approved prop 36 which requires the third strike to be a violent or serious fell any. accused killer is being held without paying in san jose. jonathan will bank was in shackle during a court appearance yesterday. he and another man who is still on the loose are accused of a stringing armed robberies friday, including the shooting death of a 22-year-old man during an alleged car attempt. the other assailant is on the loose. bur banks is to return to court intersection month to enter a plea. there's a health scare in parts of san francisco, parts of ocean beach are closed. tara is in san francisco, tell us more about this contaminated
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water and what's going on. >> reporter: lot of people are disappointed. we're to have some nice weather over the who will at the same time we are south of the cliff house, and he. >> if you look over this wall right here, you can see these huge drifts that were created by the force of the water, a little more than 24 hours ago, and a lot of this area is roped off. we're here on the great highway, where yesterday morning, around 1:00, water burst through the manhole near balboa street, and it flooded the parking area, and spilled on the promenade, into the sand, in the ocean, and officials say it was about 90% rain water, 10% sewage, so the public utilities commission posted warning signs for residents and tourists.
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>> the water kept up to the point of this low point, where the pressure got built up so my, that it popped through the manhole, and started pouring out. and this was secured with wells, so there was a lot of pressure coming through the manhole. >> reporter: the station at ocean beach which processed about 150-gallon a day, was operating at full capacity, but the rain overwhelmed the system. so they cleaned the walkway with beach, lab that is running results is located at the treatment plan down the street here at the zoo, and they will run the samples every day until they get a clean one back, and at that point, the beach will be back in business. officials should note today, if they can open later today or again, if that's going to take a couple days. live at ocean beach, ktvu channel 2 news. 6 people were arrested downtown petaluma after several
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fights broke out on what police are starting to call black outwednesday. that's because fights and drunk driving violations are more common on the night before thanksgiving. in the latest incident, one person was taken to the hospital, and police made one arrest for driving under the influence. the highway patrol says it's concerned that a growing up in of californians are failing to wear their seat belts. officers feel the problem will only worsen this holiday weekend. they believe people making short trips hike to a store or loved one's home are less likely to wear the belt, crashes killed 32 people in california last thanksgiving, and more than 2/3 were not wearing the seat belts. i have a car that beeps like crazy if you don't have it on. sal is back, for the most part. is behaving themselves this morning? >> it's been light out there on this thanksgiving. you would expect that.
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just remember, chp is doing the maximum enforcement. let's go out and take a look at some pictures, to put your mind at ease, northbound 101 looks good, and so does southbound. bay bridge toll plaza, westbound, that traffic is moving along nicely. no problems getting into the city. and if tour avenue driving in san -- if you're driving in san jose, the sensors have not picked up anything. we are at ocean beach, and sunshine, coast looks nice p -- it looks good, few high clouds, and what's interesting, there's fog in southern california, i mean it will burn off, we're clear here. 40s on the temperatures, 30s
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this morning, so yesterday was upper 50s, near 60. now 30s and 40s, so a big difference, no rain, versus clouds and rain yesterday. as jetstream storm track will stay to the north. by sunday, we'll see more of a northwest direction, but between today and saturday, night and morning fog is the big story. some of that will work back. napa airport -- it will be increasing, but there's no fog, lots of sunshine. temperatures, allison, i don't mind the sun when it get too who had. that won't happen this time of year. 60s, and we have to have a howling northwest whipped, and it still -- wind, and it still wouldn't get that hot looks good, warmer in saturday. next rain end of next week. if you're old enough, today
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is an anniversary you'll never forget. the nightmare that happened in dallas, texas. 49 years ago today. >> hostess is officially out of the twinkie business, but it has something other companies want. >> reporter: we're live in downtown san jose, well avenue show you how thousands are spending thanksgiving day by sweating in the cold, all for a good cause.
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at bank of america, we're continuing to lend and invest in the people, businesses, and organizations that call the bay area home. whether it's helping a nonprofit provide safe, affordable housing within the city, supporting an organization that's helping kids find jobs and stay in school, or financing the expansion of a local company that's creating healthier workplaces, what's important to the people of the bay area is important to us. and we're proud to work with all those who are making our communities stronger.
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be happy. be healthy. oakland police still investigating last night's freeway shoot-out on westbound 580. police say people in two cars were shooting at each other around 8:30 last night. it doesn't appear anybody was hit by the bullets. so far, no arrests have been made. also, we are live in san francisco. that turkey is right there. you're looking at some volunteers at glide memorial church preparing delicious thanksgiving meals for the needy. the church expects to serve about 5000 people all during the day. first meals will be served in just about 15 minutes from now. beginning at 9:00. and as many as 25,000, there
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they go. 25,000 runners supreme courted to take part in the nation's -- supreme supreme supreme -- expected to take part in the nation's biggest race of the what's happening now? >> reporter: happy thanksgiving, dave, and the last two minutes, new batch of walkers and runners have taken off for the 5 glass k walk and run. these people are getting a head start on burning calories, organizers say the average american consumed double the calories on thanksgiving. 25,000 people are here in downtown san jose, participating in the 8th annual silicon valley turkey trot that weaves through the streets of downtown san jose. streets have been block. off in the area. while there are serious runners, most of people out are families
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who just wanted to have fun, and be healthy. i don't feel as guilty if i eat more, so it's a good way to start the day. the rest of the day is eating. >> runners were encouraged to bring canned goods to donate. funds raised will go to three local charities. organizers anticipate they will raise $1.2 million, there was a costume contest held earlier this morning, where people dressed up, some of them in thanksgiving themed costumes, others in just whatever they dreamed up. and back out live, you can steve people are still taking off on this 5k run, and back at the finish run, at the starting line actually, there are a new batch of runners and walkers waiting to take off. there's also coming up later on in the morning, about 10:00, there's a group of about 60 elite women and men, professional runners. some flew from all around the
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country just to participate in this race. so a fun thanksgiving day for everybody here. reporting live from san jose, ktvu channel 2 news. people are taking part in other turkey trot races. the lifetime fitness has a run in san francisco, and piedmont, another turkey trot at immediate month high school that benefits the cross country and track teams. in other news, a third person has died from eating poisonous mushrooms in the gold country. a caretaker at an elder care if a settle picked the must rooms in the backyard and used them to make soup unaware they were deadly. the latest victim was a 90-year-old man. san francisco sheriff recently talked about the
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domestic violence scandal that almost cost him his job. in an interview, he says he's learned a lot about his personal issues in the anger management classes ordered by the court, he is on probation for bruising his wife's arm. he wants to restore his relationship with the domestic violence community, and is stilt reaching out to -- still reaching out to the mayor. but he says most of the communication so far has been through the media. board of oakland are have a new lawmaker next month. port commissioner hired danny juan for the job. that's according to the contra costa times. he board has received an increased number of questions. the director and executive director were reimbursed thousands in doctors for questionable business -- in dollars for questionable business gifts. 49 years ago today,
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president john f. kennedy was fascinated. here's -- assassinated. here's some file video. president ken ditch was shot while -- ken dip was shot in a motorcade back in 1963. anyone in the early to mid-50s annealed -- can remember exactly where -- and older can remember exactly where they were. after the shooting police arrested lee harvey oswald. oswald was shot and killed two days later on live tv while being transported to jail. new this morning, officials in pakistan sea a taliban suicide palmer attacked a she youth -- bomber attacked achieve item muslim -- police say they tried to stop and surge the bomber. he ran right past them and then set off those bombs. in syria, amateur video
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shots palm -- bombing in the suburbs of damascus. all of this as the syrian government lashes out at the european union for endorses a seen opposition coalition. hostess brand is wrapping up its operations. new york bankruptcy judge approved the company's request to shut down and so many off the assets. hostess says there is interest in other companies that want to buy the trademarks and recipes for some products 18,000 people will lose their jobs. facebook users may not get to vote on changing to the privacy policies. facebook uses a voting mechanism that's triggered when enough people he comment on proposed changes. but lately, people have been leaving one or two word comments instead of reasoned responses. if if does eliminate the vote
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it, will still notify users of any policy changes and consider their feedback. as new york recovers from superstorm sandy, city leaders are serving dinner. governor cuomo was out there hosting with if a food drive he organized. he join national guard troops. they handed out holiday meals to hard hit areas. and mayor bloomberg says his office is distributed about 26,000 meals. you can help out with the superstorm sandy relief effort. volunteers with dojo usa will be colleging donations through 10:00 this morning. they were asking for winter clothing, baby products, and personal hygiene products. those will be sent to the breezy point community relief center. tomorrow, right here, one warm coat. the annual coat drive will begin. channel 2 viewers can drop off
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items at now locations. san francisco's ferry building, broadway plaza in wallet nut creek, -- walnut creek, and santana row. ktvu news personalities will be there, at each site. we're going to kick off the campaign tomorrow on mornings on 2. >> you'll be out there at walnut creek. it is 8:51. guessing game is over. who will reportedly start at quarterback for the 49ers? >> can we look at traffic again? that's a pretty sight. sal's coming back with one more check on this thanksgiving morning commute. some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof! some things will. save up to 15% on an ikea kitchen.
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on tuesday night, in the rain, 59-year-old andrew malyon was for his missing cat at the elm. of a quarry. after a search in the quarry they found his body. 35-yard alameda man is facing more than 7 years in prison after breaking into the palo alto home of steve jobs. he pled no contest. he admitted to stealing ipoding, ipads, computers and a wallet with steve jobs'
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driver's license. he admitted to burglarizes 7 other homes. it looks like apple's new spaceship like headquarters in coupe -- cupertino will not break ground soon. in the proposal, the building won't be ready until mid-2016. a year later than expected. apple originally planned to start building this in year. but the city may not complete its environmental impact report until june which means apple construction won't start until next year at the earliest. colin kaepernick played so well money night, he may have earned himself another start. he threw over 240 yards. sports illustrated.com is reporting that jim harbaugh has told kaepernick and alex smith that kaepernick will start against the saints this sunday.
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but yesterday, harbaugh refused to announce a starter. had. >> it's in our best interest to -- we'll get all the factors weighed out. >> the report claims that harbaugh's estimation is based on perform around and not due -- decision is based on performance, and not on smith's concussion. >> we want to check in with sal, receive if the roads are causing problems. >> you're watching football? that's unusual for people to watch football on thanksgiving. the traffic is moving along well on northbound 101, southbound 101 looks good, southbound highway looks good. this is a look at the bay bridge, and that is moving along nicely. even in the south bay, the traffic has been looking very
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nice throughout the south bay as you can see. road sensors are clear. now to steve. >> thank you, sal. i side that today would be nice -- decided that today would be nice. we have good weather today, except for the fog nights and mornings. no rain, don't have to worry about that. coastal fog in l.a., inland fog in sacramento. >> happy thanksgiving. >> you, too. that's our report for this morning. we thank you for trusting ktvu. >> watch channel 2 news at noon for more on those shopping instead of eating. we are always here for you on facebook and twitter. thanks for joining us, and happy thanksgiving.
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